2007 Ford Fusion T5 by MRT

It’s common knowledge among enthusiasts that adding some carbon fiber trim and a couple of racing stripes gives your car more power. Or not.Unlike some other poser-mobiles, this Fusion isn’t just a sticker job – it’s got the goods to back up the look. An H&R coil-over kit and twenty-inch rims take care of the ride and handling, and upgraded brakes deal with scrubbing off the speed.And there should be plenty of speed. On the way out of the 3.0-liter V6, exhaust gasses are treated to a Garrett Turbo and custom exhaust. Forget endless burnouts, this Fusion is all-wheel-drive. But if you like the sound of squealing tires, burn a CD with some sound effects and blast it through the Rockwood audio system.

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2018 Ford Fusion

MSRP $30,395 Titanium FWD Sedan

Safety (NHTSA):


Horse Power:

175 @ 6000


175 @ 4500